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BWW is an educational nonprofit that provides information about the beaver, the land s most important keystone species, and best beaver management ...

About Beavers » Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife

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Beavers are more than intriguing animals with flat tails and lustrous fur. American Indians called the beaver the "sacred center" of the land because this species ...

Beavers & Wetlands » Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife

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Because beavers build their stick-and-mud dams in streams flowing through shallow valleys, the flooded area becomes freshwater wetlands. Such wetlands are ...

Watchable Wildlife » Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife

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Beaver ponds are great places for “watchable wildlife”. Not only are the beavers fascinating to observe as they forage, groom and build, but their ponds are ...

Beavers - Living with Wildlife | Washington Department of Fish ...

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The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife provides much information on beavers and beaver ponds, including their interactions with man.

Wildlife Management Area Profile for Beaver River Public Hunting

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By: Weston Storer, Biologist at Beaver River, Optima and Rita Blanca WMA's. Phone: (806) 339-5175. Beaver River WMA covers 17,700 acres of western Beaver ...

Leave the Wetlands to Beaver - National Wildlife Federation

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Oct 1, 2002 ... As beavers reclaim their rightful places in our environment, experts help us adjust to our industrious new neighbors.

Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife | Facebook

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Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife, Dolgeville, New York. 405 likes · 30 talking about this. Working for Wildlife, People and Healthy Ecosystems. BWW helps...

Eager for Beavers | Defenders of Wildlife

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These furry engineers play a crucial and largely unrecognized roles in conservation - Eager for Beavers.

Beaver Swamp Wildlife Management Area

www.njwildlifetrails.org/SkylandsTrails/Sites/tabid/445/Scope/site/Guide/DELBAYSH/Site/16/Default.aspx

DIRECTIONS: Turn Left out of the East Creek Trail parking area onto Route 347 South. Continue straight to Route 47. After 6.2 miles, turn Left at the light for CR ...